|Health, human rights, and the conduct of clinical research within oppressed populations. (Volume 3) - Mills, Edward J|
This article is from Globalization and Health, volume 3.AbstractBackground: Clinical trials evaluating interventions for infectious diseases require enrolling participants that are vulnerable to infection. As clinical trials are conducted in increasingly vulnerable populations, issues of protection of these populations become challenging. In settings where populations are forseeably oppressed, the conduct of research requires considerations that go beyond common ethical concerns and into issues ...
|ERIC ED252057: Discourse Rights of Witnesses: Their Circumscription in Trial. Sociolinguistic Working Paper Number 95. - ERIC|
Court trials are formalized disputes in which the parties are denied confrontation and have restrictions placed on their rights to tell the story. The rights of telling are part of discourse rights, and in the courtroom they are circumscribed by attorneys' objections to either the other attorneys' questions or the witnesses' answers. This can be seen in the record of conduct of a three-hour misdemeanor trial in which 32 objections were voiced...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Liberties; Conflict Resolution; Court Litigation; Discourse Analysis; Expressive Language; Legal Problems; Narration; Opinions; Sociolinguistics; Speech Skills
|ERIC ED388537: Teaching the Bill of Rights. A Guide for Upper Elementary and Middle School Teachers. - ERIC|
To celebrate the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution, this curriculum illustrates the concepts of the Constitution and Bill of Rights through events and issues of the Pacific Northwest. The eight units of the curriculum include constitutional visions, the trial of Hershel C. Lyon: an environmental dilemma, comparison of rights around the Pacific Rim, a whole language approach to law and literature, a bibliography, Japanese internment cases, a history of the Bill of Rights, freedom of ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizenship Education; Constitutional Law; Elementary Education; Elementary School Teachers; Foreign Countries; Instructional Materials; Intermediate Grades; Law Related Education; Middle Schools; Secondary School Teachers; Social Studies; Teaching Guides; Teaching Methods
|Lesson 38: Due Process and Criminal Rights|
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Keywords: Due Process; Self-Incrimination; Trials, Rights; Capital Punishment; American Government; Advanced Placement
|ERIC ED379760: Corporal Punishment in Schools and Fundamental Human Rights: A South African Perspective. - ERIC|
In many western countries, corporal punishment has been abolished as a form of punishment in criminal trials and in schools. Under South African common law, persons entitled to enforce discipline may inflict corporal punishment within certain guidelines established by the Supreme Court. For the first time in the Republic of South Africa (RSA), the Constitution of the RSA, 1993, contains a chapter on all citizens' fundamental human rights...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Liberties; Constitutional Law; Corporal Punishment; Court Litigation; Discipline Policy; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Foreign Countries; Human Dignity
|Convergent ethical issues in HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria vaccine trials in Africa: Report from the WHO/UNAIDS African AIDS Vaccine Programme's Ethics, Law and Human Rights Collaborating Centre consultation, 10-11 February 2009, Durban, South Africa. (Volume 11) - Mamotte, Nicole|
This article is from BMC Medical Ethics, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Africa continues to bear a disproportionate share of the global HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria burden. The development and distribution of safe, effective and affordable vaccines is critical to reduce these epidemics. However, conducting HIV/AIDS, TB, and/or malaria vaccine trials simultaneously in developing countries, or in populations affected by all three diseases, is likely to result in numerous ethical challeng...
|WHO guidance grounded in a comprehensive approach to sexual and reproductive health and human rights: topical pre-exposure prophylaxis. (Volume 17) - Lusti-Narasimhan, Manjula|
This article is from Journal of the International AIDS Society, volume 17.AbstractIntroduction: Two new microbicide products based on topical (vaginal) application of antiretroviral drugs – 1% tenofovir gel and the dapivirine ring – are currently in late-stage clinical testing, and results on their safety and effectiveness are expected to become available in early 2015. WHO guidelines on the use of topical pre-exposure prophylaxis (topical PrEP) are important in order to ensure that these ne...
|The acceptability and impact of a randomised controlled trial of welfare rights advice accessed via primary health care: qualitative study. (Volume 6) - Moffatt, Suzanne|
This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 6.AbstractBackground: Qualitative research is increasingly used alongside randomised controlled trials (RCTs) to study a range of factors including participants' experiences of a trial. The need for a sound evidence base within public health will increase the need for RCTs of non-clinical interventions. Welfare rights advice has been proposed as an intervention with potential to reduce health inequalities...
|Russell trial and labor's rights : opinion - Trueman, Walter Harley, 1870-|
"Examination and statement of law and review of Mr. Justice Metcalfe's charge to jury, in trial of R.B. Russell at Winnipeg, December, 1919"
Keywords: Russell, Robert Boyd, 1888-1964; Trials (Seditious libel); General Strike, Winnipeg, Man., 1919
|The Importance of Judicial Administration to the Protection of the Innocent, the Punishment of the Guilty, the Defence of Property and Personal Rights, and the Just Maintenance of Constitutional Government. Illustrations Drawn from English Constitutional History and the Common Law, as Well as Recent Trials in Westminster Hall and Other Portions of the United Kingdom (Volume 16) - I. F. R.|
"The Importance of Judicial Administration to the Protection of the Innocent, the Punishment of the Guilty, the Defence of Property and Personal Rights, and the Just Maintenance of Constitutional Government. Illustrations Drawn from English Constitutional History and the Common Law, as Well as Recent Trials in Westminster Hall and Other Portions of the United Kingdom" is an article from The American Law Register (1852-1891), Volume 16...
|Ethics, patient rights and staff attitudes in Shanghai's psychiatric hospitals. (Volume 13) - Su, Liang|
This article is from BMC Medical Ethics, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Adherence to ethical principles in clinical research and practice is becoming topical issue in China, where the prevalence of mental illness is rising, but treatment facilities remain underdeveloped. This paper reports on a study aiming to understand the ethical knowledge and attitudes of Chinese mental health professionals in relation to the process of diagnosis and treatment, informed consent, and privacy protection in clin...
|The Do-Well study: protocol for a randomised controlled trial, economic and qualitative process evaluations of domiciliary welfare rights advice for socio-economically disadvantaged older people recruited via primary health care. (Volume 12) - Haighton, Catherine|
This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 12.AbstractBackground: Older people in poor health are more likely to need extra money, aids and adaptations to allow them to remain independent and cope with ill health, yet in the UK many do not claim the welfare benefits to which they are entitled. Welfare rights advice interventions lead to greater welfare income, but have not been rigorously evaluated for health benefits...
|Observations on the Rights and Duty of Juries, in Trials for Libels: Together with Remarks on ... - Joseph Towers|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
|Democracy Now! Wednesday, February 20, 2008|
* Headlines for February 20, 2008 * Civil Rights Activist Yuri Kochiyama on her Internment in a WWII Japanese American Detention Camp & Malcolm X’s Assassination * EXCLUSIVE: Rigged Trials at Guantanamo
|The Campbell divorce bill [microform] : women's rights on Ontario : parliament as a court of justice : speech of the Hon. Wm. MacDougall, counsel for Mrs. Campbell, before the Committee of the Senate, taken in short hand - MacDougall, William, 1822-1905|
Keywords: Divorce; Trials (Divorce); Divorce; Procès (Divorce)
|2011-02-03=CHUO=Train=Matthew-Behrens-of-Homes-Not-Bombs - Denis Rancourt|
On February 10, 2011, CHUO 89.1 FM Ottawa The Train's Denis Rancourt interviewed long-time and dedicated community organizer and agitator Matthew Behrens, by phone from the Ottawa valley, about country music activism, Canadian torture, secret trials, economic apartheid, squatters' rights and more.
Keywords: Matthew Behrens; CHUO; Denis Rancourt; Homes Not Bombs; Train; torture; secret trials; Security Certificates
|The importance of Good Clinical Practice guidelines and its role in clinical trials. (Volume 4) - Vijayananthan, A|
This article is from Biomedical Imaging and Intervention Journal, volume 4.AbstractGood Clinical Practice (GCP) is an international ethical and scientific quality standard for the design, conduct, performance, monitoring, auditing, recording, analyses and reporting of clinical trials. It also serves to protect the rights, integrity and confidentiality of trial subjects. It is very important to understand the background of the formation of the ICH-GCP guidelines as this, in itself, explains the r...
|People Rise Up-11/8/06-Military Commissions Act of 2006 - Andrew Geller|
A conversation with Joanne Mariner, Director of the Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism program at Human Rights Watch, regarding the Military Commissions Act of 2006 (pdf, which created an extra-constitutional parallel justice system for military detainees, and reverses over 800 years of legal practice by allowing the arbitrary stripping of habeas corpus rights from individuals merely accused of certain crimes.
Keywords: military; commission; habeas; corpus; habeas corpus; bush; rumsfeld; hamdan; trials; guantanamo; detainee
|Just Right #98 - Robert Metz|
GUEST: Salim Mansur, Toronto Sun Columnist, Political Science, University of Western Ontario GUEST: Ezra Levant, Author, Journalist, Political Activist SHAKEDOWN: The Book, by Ezra Levant; SHAKEDOWN: Censorship, by The Human Rights Commissions The Vulnerability Of Democracies Shakedown: The Trials Of Ezra Levant - And His Book By The Same Name Human Rights Commissions: The Kangaroo Courts Of Canada Free Speech: A Canadian Tradition? Or A New Idea? It's Not Funny! Comedy, That Is.
Keywords: Human Rights Commissions; Democracy; Free Speech; Freedom; Politics
|Improving Ethical and Participatory Practice for Marginalized Populations in Biomedical HIV Prevention Trials: Lessons from Thailand. (Volume 9) - Allman, Dan|
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractBackground: This paper presents findings from a qualitative investigation of ethical and participatory issues related to the conduct of biomedical HIV prevention trials among marginalized populations in Thailand. This research was deemed important to conduct, as several large-scale biomedical HIV prevention trials among marginalized populations had closed prematurely in other countries, and a better understanding of how to prevent similar trial clo...
|Children in clinical trials: survey on the current situation in paediatric university clinics in Germany. (Volume 6) - Khan-Boluki, Jasmin|
This article is from GMS German Medical Science, volume 6.AbstractMany prescribed treatments for children have not been adequately tested in children, sometimes resulting in harmful treatments being given and beneficial treatments being withheld. In the absence of specific trial-based data in children, results of studies in adults are extrapolated, which is often inappropriate because children have different range of diseases and metabolize medications differently...
|Trial of Lord Stirling [microform] : being part II of the vindication of the rights and titles, political and territorial of Alexander, Earl of Stirling and Dovan, hereditary lieutenant general and lord proprietor of Canada and Nova Scotia - Hayes, John L. (John Lord), 1812-1887|
Keywords: Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567?-1640; Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567?-1640; Trials (Forgery); Procès (Faux)
|Microsoft Research Video 151320: Identifying Peer Effects through Randomized Trials in Networks - Microsoft Research|
Part of the Workshop on Social Networks and Economics.This Workshop is a cross-disciplinary event on Information, Networks, and Markets at the intersection of Computer Science and Economics.http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/events/networksandeconomics/default.aspx©2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Microsoft Research; Microsoft Research Video Archive; Peter Key; Sinan Aral
|Microsoft Research Video 154165: Adjusting Childhood Pneumonia Vaccination Periods May Save Lives in Nepal - Microsoft Research|
Learn how technology that helps manage data from clinical trials is facilitating the implementation of a clinical trial investigating a method to reduce childhood mortality caused by pneumonia in Nepal.©2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.Learn moreHealth and Wellbeing, Microsoft Research ConnectionsAdjusting Pneumonia Vaccination to Save Lives (PDF)Adjusting Pneumonia Vaccination to Save Lives
Keywords: Microsoft Research; Microsoft Research Video Archive
|Risk-proportionate clinical trial monitoring: an example approach from a non-commercial trials unit. (Volume 15) - Tudur Smith, Catrin|
This article is from Trials, volume 15.AbstractBackground: Some level of monitoring is usually required during a clinical trial to protect the rights and safety of trial participants and to safeguard the quality and reliability of trial results. Although there is increasing support for the use of risk-proportionate approaches to achieve these aims, the variety of methods and lack of an empirical evidence base can present challenges for clinical trial practitioners...
|Trial, conviction and imprisonment Wei Jingsheng, how should it affect U.S. policy? : hearing before the Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, December 18, 1995 - United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights|
Keywords: Human rights -- China; Trials (Political crimes and offenses) -- China; China -- Politics and government 1976-; United States -- Foreign relations China; China -- Foreign relations United States
We rebroadcast a special in-studio interview with Ericka Huggins about her life as a civil rights activist and Black Panther. Ericka Huggins was an African-American activist and founder of the Black Panther Party in New Haven, Connecticut at the time of The New Haven Black Panther trials. She is currently an professor at Laney & Berkeley City College in Bay area.
Keywords: Black Panther; Ericka Huggins; African American; New Haven; Civil Rights
|Patient advocacy groups: Need and opportunity in India. (Volume 2) - Shah, Kunal|
This article is from Perspectives in Clinical Research, volume 2.AbstractWith an increasing number of corporate hospitals, healthcare related issues, research trials and undue attention by media in India, there is a need to focus more on patient’s rights and protection. In India, multiple agencies like regulatory bodies, scientific review committees, ethics committees, NGOs, etc. work toward patient rights and protection...
|Enrolling adolescents in HIV vaccine trials: reflections on legal complexities from South Africa. (Volume 8) - Slack, Catherine|
This article is from BMC Medical Ethics, volume 8.AbstractBackground: South Africa is likely to be the first country in the world to host an adolescent HIV vaccine trial. Adolescents may be enrolled in late 2007. In the development and review of adolescent HIV vaccine trial protocols there are many complexities to consider, and much work to be done if these important trials are to become a reality...
|The deformity of the doctrine of libels, and informations ex officio : with a view of the case of the Dean of St. Asaph [i.e. W.D. Shipley], and an enquiry into the rights of jurymen : in a letter to the Honourable Thomas Erskine - Dawes, M. (Manasseh), d.1829|
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Keywords: Shipley, William Davies, 1745-1826; Libel and slander; Trials (Libel); Informations; Jury; Criminal procedure
|Regulation (EC) No 1901/2006 on medicinal products for paediatric use & clinical research in vulnerable populations. (Volume 2) - Lehmann, Birka|
This article is from Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, volume 2.AbstractBefore any medicinal product is authorised for use in adults, it must undergo extensive pharmaceutical consistency and stability tests, toxicological tests and clinical trials to ensure that it is of high quality, safe and effective.The same approach may not always be applied to medicinal products used to treat children.Studies showed that over 50% of the medicinal products used in children may not have been...
|A statement from Huey P. Newton|
Black Panther Party co-founder Huey P. Newton speaks about his political activities and events surrounding his trial from jail in San Luis Obispo, CA. Newton asks for immunity from the United Nations for Eldridge Cleaver and the release of all Panthers currently serving prison sentences. Restricted distribution rights.
Keywords: BLACK PANTHER PARTY; Newton, Huey P; Prisoners -- Personal narratives; Statement from Huey P. Newton. **A; HUEY NEWTON; BLACK PANTHERS; TRIALS; AFRICAN AMERICANS; POLITICAL PARTIES
|Media reporting of tenofovir trials in Cambodia and Cameroon. (Volume 5) - Mills, Edward|
This article is from BMC International Health and Human Rights, volume 5.AbstractBackground: Two planned trials of pre-exposure prophylaxis tenofovir in Cambodia and Cameroon to prevent HIV infection in high-risk populations were closed due to activist pressure on host country governments. The international news media contributed substantially as the primary source of knowledge transfer regarding the trials...
|Olympic Games boxing sub-regional trials for California counties and the state of Nevada - Sacramento Bee; KFBK|
Description: The black and white film was created by the Sacramento Bee and KFBK and documents the regional Olympic boxing trials held at Memorial Auditorium. Photographer Robert Handsaker captures the various weight classes, including Joe Lopez' of Sacramento victory over Ed Chavez of Oakland.Source: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mmCall Number: 2005/054/2565Rights: Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Lopez, Joe; Chavez, Ed
|ERIC ED227017: Law in U.S. History: A Teacher Resource Manual. - ERIC|
By completing these self-contained, supplementary activities, secondary students will learn about important law-related issues and themes in American history. When students recognize the vital constitutional issues of different periods in history they are helped in understanding the social, political, and economic forces which shaped those periods. The activities are grouped into four sections roughly corresponding to the chronological periods of most U.S...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Child Labor; Civil War (United States); Colonial History (United States); Constitutional Law; Industrialization; Interdisciplinary Approach; Labor Legislation; Laws; Learning Activities; Legal Education; Modern History; Revolutionary War (United States); Secondary Education; Slavery; United States History; Voting Rights
|ERIC ED374069: Minnesota in the Supreme Court. Lessons on Supreme Court Cases Involving Minnesotans. - ERIC|
This document focuses on cases brought by Minnesotans to the U.S. Supreme Court. The five lessons featured are designed to provide secondary classroom teachers with material needed to teach each unit. Lessons cover Supreme Court proceedings, free press issues, freedom of religion, abortion rights, and privilege against self-incrimination. Instructions and materials for conducting mock trials as well as an appendix containing the Bill of Rights, U.S...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizenship Education; Civil Liberties; Constitutional Law; Court Litigation; Due Process; Equal Protection; Law Related Education; Resource Materials; Resource Units; Resources; Secondary Education
|Ethical issues in implementation research: a discussion of the problems in achieving informed consent. (Volume 3) - Hutton, Jane L|
This article is from Implementation Science : IS, volume 3.AbstractBackground: Improved quality of care is a policy objective of health care systems around the world. Implementation research is the scientific study of methods to promote the systematic uptake of clinical research findings into routine clinical practice, and hence to reduce inappropriate care. It includes the study of influences on healthcare professionals' behaviour and methods to enable them to use research findings more effecti...
|Treating advanced non-small-cell lung cancer in Chinese patients: focus on icotinib. (Volume 7) - Liang, Jun-Li|
This article is from OncoTargets and therapy, volume 7.AbstractIcotinib hydrochloride is an orally administered small-molecule reversible tyrosine kinase inhibitor that has been independently researched and developed and has independent intellectual property rights in the People’s Republic of China. Clinical trials have demonstrated that the response to icotinib among advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients who received at least one platinum-based chemotherapy regimen was not infe...
|Principles In Liberty 19 - sanford staab|
Recorded on 3/29/2008 This is a speech delivered on 3/29/2008 by Stephen Pidgeon at a free speech conference sponsored by the ECP (http://www.noappologies.ca) This hits on key ideas of where freedom comes from and how Christianity fits into rights. A very fast-moving and to-the-point set of ideas which I have never heard expressed quite this well. This is a keeper! 00:47 Global Warming 01:01 Homosexual and Feminist lobby 01:22 Primary resource targeted is fresh water 01:30 Goal is population con...
Keywords: ECP; Free Speech; Steve Pidgeon; Rights; Privileges
|Norman Leonard and Smith Act defense|
Call Number: Oral History Collection Description: Labor Archives program featuring Norman Leonard, lead attorney for California Smith Act defendants who were prosecuted for their leadership role in the Communist Party..Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Labor Archives and Research Center (LARC), J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State University. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work online...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Communism--California; Communism--United States; Communist trials--New York (State); Communist Trial, New York, N.Y., 1952-1953; Labor lawyers--California--Interviews; Civil rights lawyers--California--Interviews; Labor Archives and Research Center
|"SALOME gave my dignity back": The role of randomized heroin trials in transforming lives in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, Canada. (Volume 9) - Jozaghi, Ehsan|
This article is from International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, volume 9.AbstractAlthough numerous studies on heroin-assisted treatment (HAT) have been published in leading international journals, little attention has been given to HAT’s clients, their stories, and what constitutes the most influential factor in the treatment process. The present study investigates the role of HAT in transforming the lives of injection drug users (IDUs) in Vancouver, Canada...
|ERIC ED233961: Law in U.S. History: A Teacher Resource Manual. Revised. - ERIC|
Designed for integration into secondary U.S. history courses, the activities provide a format for the examination of law-related themes and issues. Themes explored include the conflict between individual and societal needs, the relationship of the individual to state and federal authority, individual rights, the shifting balance of power among the three branches of government, the influence of social and economic conditions on judicial decision making, and the U.S...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil War (United States); Colonial History (United States); Constitutional Law; Industrialization; Learning Activities; Legal Education; Modern History; Revolutionary War (United States); Secondary Education; United States History
|ORG's 'Hacking Democracy' Screening Panel Q&A - Open Rights Group|
Panel discussion led by Jason Kitcat, featuring Jon Pugh MP, Russ Michaels and Rebecca Mercuri, on the current e-voting trials
Keywords: Open Rights, Activism, Democracy
|A Study of Practical Parameters and Their Relative Importance as Perceived by Various Stakeholders in Clinical Trials. (Volume 3) - Pant, R|
This article is from Journal of Young Pharmacists : JYP, volume 3.AbstractA contract research organization (CRO) is a company which conducts a Good Clinical Practice (GCP) in clinical trial. There are literally hundreds of CROs worldwide employing a workforce of nearly 100,000 professionals. The project proposes the study of practical parameters and their relative importance as perceived by the various stakeholders in clinical trials...
|ERIC ED301502: We the People: Students, Teachers, Lawyers Working Together. Law-Related Lessons on Teaching the Constitution [8th Grade Book]. - ERIC|
This booklet contains 15 lessons to infuse the study of law and citizenship education into an eighth grade social studies curriculum. The lessons are designed to encourage inquiry among the students and to use community resource people, particularly attorneys. Through these lessons, teachers can build support for democratic values, while students are developing skills needed by today's citizens. Individual lessons cover constitutional rights, the Bill of Rights, legislation development, the inte...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizenship Education; Class Activities; Constitutional Law; Curriculum Enrichment; Grade 8; Instructional Materials; Junior High Schools; Law Related Education; Social Studies
|"Coercion Experience Scale" (CES) - validation of a questionnaire on coercive measures. (Volume 10) - Bergk, Jan|
This article is from BMC Psychiatry, volume 10.AbstractBackground: Although the authors of a Cochrane Review on seclusion and mechanical restraint concluded that "there is a surprising and shocking lack of published trials" on coercive interventions in psychiatry, there are only few instruments that can be applied in trials. Furthermore, as main outcome variable safety, psychopathological symptoms, and duration of an intervention cannot meet the demand to indicate subjective suffering and impact...
|Use of deferred consent for severely ill children in a multi-centre phase III trial. (Volume 12) - Maitland, Kathryn|
This article is from Trials, volume 12.AbstractBackground: Voluntary participation of a subject in research respects a subject's rights, strengthens its ethical conduct, and is formalized by the informed consent process. Clinical trials of life-saving interventions for medical emergencies often necessitate enrolment of patients where prior written individual informed consent is impossible. Although there are regulations and guidelines on protecting subjects in emergency research, these have been...
|Wendy Rose vs William K Swann - John Lee|
Entire 400-page pre-trial court file of the $1-million libel and civil rights case, Docket C:06-346406, Knox County Circuit Court, Knoxville, Tennessee. Trial date 26 July 2010. knoxnews.com/news/2007/jun/09/2008-trial-date-set-for-lawsuit-involving-judge/ PirateNews.org/knoxvillecityview.html Judge Swann was "disciplined" by the Tennessee Court of the Judiciary in this matter, for his sworn confession during deposition to "extorting by the court" of lawyers by calling them into chambers in the ...
Keywords: civil rights; judicial immunity; first amendment; libel; slander; constitutional law; outlaws
|ERIC ED379206: Update on Law-Related Education, 1977-1992. - ERIC|
This document consists of the first 16 volumes (47 issues) of a serial devoted to law-related education (LRE) that offers background information on a wide range of legal issues as well as teaching strategies for LRE. Issues of the magazine focus on the law as it affects schools and young people, with articles on school discipline, juvenile justice, the legal rights of students, youth at risk, and drugs in the schools...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Athletics; Citizenship Education; Civil Rights; Constitutional History; Constitutional Law; Correctional Institutions; Democracy; Discipline; Elementary Secondary Education; Instructional Materials; International Law; Law Related Education; Social Discrimination; Social Studies; Teaching Methods
|Loretta Starvus Stack oral history|
Call Number: Oral History Collection Description: Smith Act Defendant and Communist Party member discusses working-class childhood in Willimantic, Connecticut; her time with the party; and imprisonment as one of Smith Act defendants in 1951. Discusses the conditions of being jailed with the other female defendants, the strategy of their legal defense, and her feelings of the Communist Party USA's New York leadership going "underground" after the Smith Act arrests.Collection Guide: Loretta Starvu...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Communism--California; Communism--United States; Communist trials--New York (State); Communist Trial, New York, N.Y., 1952-1953; Communists--United States--Interviews; Communist Party of the United States of America; New York (N.Y.); Willimantic (Conn.)